Overlooking famed Victoria Park, this stylish hotel is only minutes from Hong Kong’s prime shopping areas in Causeway Bay and Tin Hau Temple. Comfortable air-conditioned rooms feature soft-toned contemporary decor with timber furnishings and large wall-to-wall windows. Be fascinated by thrilling harbour views from the impressive rooftop pool or re-energise in the hotel’s health club. Guests can enjoy innovative culinary delights in the casual setting of Cafe du Parc or uplifting music and sports entertainment in cosy Vic’s Pub.
Why we recommend the Metropark Causeway Bay
- Chic hotel overlooking Victoria Park
- Rooms with contemporary decor
- Close to attractions and shopping
- Rooftop pool with harbour views
- Health club and onsite dining
Attractions near the Metropark Causeway Bay
Wandering through Victoria Park
Spread across 17 hectares, Victoria Park is the largest park in Hong Kong. Known for its lush green space, this popular nature reserve features an outdoor swimming pool and abundance of sporting facilities. With a host of events and demonstrations held year-round, this is a thriving centre point in Hong Kong’s social and cultural life.
If you’re visiting Hong Kong just before the Chinese New Year, you might want to catch the city’s biggest flower fair, held at Victoria Park. Another one of the Park’s attractions is the luminous Moon Festival, held during September and November, when traditional Chinese lanterns light up the area, offering the perfect opportunity for an evening walk.
Treat yourself at Jumbo Kingdom
Hong Kong is a foodie paradise and many people visit mainly for the eating adventures. If you’re a foodie at heart or simply wanting to experience delicious cuisine, Jumbo Kingdom Complex is a great place to satisfy your wants and needs.
There are a range of dining venues at Jumbo Kingdom, with the most well-known eateries being the Jumbo Floating Restaurant and the Tai Pak Floating Restaurant. Specialising in seafood, they also serve up delicious roasted goose, Peking duck and seasonal dishes. Other venues in the complex include the dynamic food courts, the Western-influenced Topdeck Restaurant, Dragon Court and the nostalgic Sampan Dining.